Andy Murray who was playing on clay for the first time since June 2017, lost to three time Grand Slam champion Stan Wawrinka in the French Open first round.
The 33-year-old Scot ranked 111th in the world, was defeated by Stan with ease to a 6-1 6-3 6-2 victory. Murray’s who ranks 111th in the world lost just after after British number one Dan Evans also lost to Kei Nishikori.
Murray had suffered from hip trouble in the past which left him needing two major surgeries. Wawrinka, also had in the past suffered from a knee injury.
Murray who narrated that he was as dealing with his constant flare of emotions and show of his frustrations on the court and so he is trying to be calmer, he said;
“It was something that was brought up to me and I tried to sort of keep my emotions in check, I don’t know whether that affected me in any way or not, but that was probably why it was quieter than usual.”
Narrating his possible reasons for loosing the match he said ;
“I didn’t play well. I served under 40% first serves in the court, which is just not good enough against anyone, and especially someone as good as Stan. You want to be serving in the 60%, that sort of region. You won’t see many players serve under 40% the rest of the tournament.”